A giant Reese's Peanut Butter Cup and Hershey's bar are slated for the sweet spot between the Strip's Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge.
The gargantuan treats are fixtures of a new Hershey's Chocolate World scheduled to open this winter at New York-New York.
Announced as part of a $100 million plan by MGM Resorts International to turn the cluttered sidewalk between New York-New York and the Monte Carlo into a tree-dotted plaza flush with food and entertainment, the Hershey's shop features two floors of interactive experiences.
Sweet-toothed visitors will have the chance to customize candy wrappers and personalize the plumes of their chocolate Kisses.
By any stretch, Hershey's went all in with their candy-centric design: The silver-colored entrances are shaped like Hershey's Kisses.
“We are excited to welcome Hershey’s Chocolate World retail experience to the New York-New York Hotel & Casino and are delighted it will be part of our new outdoor experience," Cynthia Kiser-Murphey, president and chief operating officer of New York-New York, said in a statement.
Architects designed the new pathway between the Monte Carlo and New York-New York as a lead-in to a planned 20,000-seat arena on land behind the two resorts.
Construction crews recently began demolishing the Monte Carlo's European facade, soon to be replaced by a Double Barrel restaurant and Sambalatte Coffee House.
"We believe Hershey’s Chocolate World retail experience will immediately become a must-see attraction," Kiser-Murphey said.